Essay Topics on RIVER WATER POLLUTION IN INDIA

RIVER WATER POLLUTION IN INDIA

RIVER WATER POLLUTION IN INDIA Holy rivers have rather become a myth today. According to a report of the National Environment Engineering Research Institute (NEERI) all the fourteen big rivers of India are badly polluted. They cover 85 per cent of the surface flow of water in the country. The main pollutant of river water … Read more Essay Topics on RIVER WATER POLLUTION IN INDIA

PROHIBITION IN INDIA: ESSAY WRITING TOPICS

essay on liquor prohibition in India

PROHIBITION IN INDIA Healthy food and drinks bring a point of satisfaction. But intoxication has a reverse effect. The more one drinks the more concentrated doses he requires. Indigenous wine sold under government contracts gives more satisfaction to the poor heavy drunkards who cannot otherwise afford the sophisticated rum or whisky. A festive occasion requires … Read more PROHIBITION IN INDIA: ESSAY WRITING TOPICS

NUCLEAR PLANT POLLUTION : ESSAY TOPICS

Nuclear Plant Pollution Essay Topics

NUCLEAR PLANT POLLUTION Power starving world took shelter under the umbrella of nuclear plants. The idea sprang from the energy released by atom bombs. It is very difficult to have a nuclear war. The people became wiser. They channeled the atomic power into energy through atomic plants little knowing that the radiation from these plants … Read more NUCLEAR PLANT POLLUTION : ESSAY TOPICS

NON CONVENTIONAL SOURCES OF ENERGY:ESSAY TOPICS

Non Conventional source of Energy Kudankulam Power Plant

NON CONVENTIONAL SOURCES OF ENERGY Wood has been the most common source of energy since the advent of human beings on the earth. Population being thin everywhere it seemed on everlasting source. Increase in population meant occupation of land for residential houses. That is how forests started depleting and disappearing too. Ti was not simply … Read more NON CONVENTIONAL SOURCES OF ENERGY:ESSAY TOPICS

Essay On Newspapers And Its Uses

newspaper and its uses Essay Topics

NEWSPAPERS Essay On Newspapers And Its Uses Newspapers are the life line of the society. They bring the whole world to the reach of common man every morning. They also tell him about the universal happenings the worlds his world. They tell him about comet shoemaker Levy lashing against planet Jupiter. They tell him about … Read more Essay On Newspapers And Its Uses

AN ARTICLE ABOUT LESSONS FROM HISTORY

lessons from history india

LESSONS FROM HISTORY People have a very short memory. In the course of time they forget even those incidents that were most injurious to the society. That is why it is said that history repeats itself. A historian keeps a record of all the good and evil deeds of persons and groups in the society. … Read more AN ARTICLE ABOUT LESSONS FROM HISTORY

Short Essay on My Favourite Games

essay on my favourite game

MY FAVOURITE GAMES (or) GAMES I LIKE THE MOST

I had a fancy for some of the games played in developed countries and dreams of creating records in the international jamborees of Asian, Commonwealth and Olympic games. But the dream was smashed to pieces after the Sydney Olympics of 2000- the first in the new millennium. The fancy for cricket was already over by the match fixing scam. It is all the result of copying the West in all spheres. So that my imaginative faculty does not get blurred my mind came back to my homeland where the sum of civilization rose seven thousand years back.

So far as our games are concerned we have an egalitarian approach. Our games, in the past, were played by the rich and the poor alike. The most common game played in all the states of our country is kabaddi or TuTu. It has different names in different areas. But I have seen it being played everywhere. I like it the most as it is based in the spirit of cooperation of the whole team. If the opponent comes to say kabaddi all the six members of the team catch hold of one another’s hand making a chain so that once caught the opponent may not go out of their grip. All the six becomes a single chain. The opponent also tries to come out of their clutch as abhimanyu did in Mahabharata. He was not able to get out the kabaddi player may.

Essay on my favourite games
My favourite games

I am also interested in different types of races. I secured cups 200 meter race in the lower classes. I still run in the park and aspire for a better performance. Judo and wrestling too are of my liking. But of late I have taken fancy to yogasans. I wish they too are considered a part of sports. Sarvang asan and Surya namaskar are the two I have practiced. Surya namaskar is a combination of six asans and is very useful for keeping one healthy.

Another two games I have liking for are hockey and football. In these two too team spirit is very necessary. One has not to have the arrogance that he can push the ball in the goal himself. Passing the ball from player to player is necessary. Similar is the case with volleyball. Passing the ball for the final stroke by one who is at the net is very interesting. These three games are rather universal. India was once considered champion in hockey. For the last so many years we have lost our status as we are not able to practice it seriously.

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Traditional Indian games

I haven’t much fancy for indoor games. Let us leave table tennis and carom for the girls. They too have specialized in something. Of course they are entering the games on which formerly only men had a monopoly. India got a bronze in the Sydney Olympics-won by a woman-Malleshwari-in weight lifting. Let them enter their world of kho-kho. Let me be a champion of yogasans that require a little of meditation too.

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EXPLOITATION OF CHILDREN ESSAY TOPICS

Exploitation of children

EXPLOITATION OF CHILDREN

Exploitation of children
NOT FOR SALE- OUR CHILD IS NOT SAFE

Looking on the condition of children living their parents in slums in metropolitan cities, or in the abodes of the poor or among the landless laborers in the rural areas one can guess the tragic fate of these buds that fade when they had to bloom. Most of the poor people in all castes and communities have a large number of children. It becomes rather obligatory for them to engage them in some remunerative work. In big cities and in smaller ones too one would find children between the age of four and twelve working in roadside restaurants and tea stalls. They hardly get rupee four of five a day-not sufficient even for their own meals. Many of them stay in the restaurant tenements during nights too and are sexually exploited.

Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education
Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education

Children of the same age group work in match industry in Sivakasi, quarries in Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh, carpet industry in U.P, brassware industry in Moradabad. According to a UN study the number of such children in India was 113 million. They could not have the joys of childhood. Worse is the condition of the girl child. She has to start working in the household and the fields in the rural areas at the age of four. The exploitation of the girl child is so much that 40 lakh of one crore 20 lakh born every year die before they are fifteen. In this developed age 1000 of them died in Delhi alone in a year before their birth. Sexual assault on girls between the age of 4 and 7 is a common feature in India.

According to a Bureau of Police Research and Development 1, 90,567 children were arrested in India in 1985. More than one third of them belonged to the 7-12 age groups. More than one third of them belonged to the 7-12 age group. More than nine thousand were below 12 and 777 of these were girls. An enquiry instituted by the Chief Justice of India and conducted by a district judge revealed that most of the children in jails are sexually assaulted by hard core criminals and even by the Jail staff. As there are no remand homes or Juvenile Jails in most of the districts in India lakhs of children are interned in regular jails. A large number rot there for years as under trials. When they come out many of them are themselves hard core criminals. A large number suffer from venereal diseases. Not many of them may catch AIDS too.

Exploitation of Children in Indian society
Poverty leads to child Labour

According to an anti-slavery International estimate, 25 million children are employed as slaves on the Indian sub continent, 8 million works as slaves in Andes, the region from Panama to Tierra del Fuego in America. Thousands of them work on Brazilian plantations to pay off their parent’s debts and thousands of these little ones are slaves like servants in South African households. A survey published in a esteemed English daily praises UNO for promulgating the ‘Convention of the Rights of Children’ on November 20, 1989. The bright patch is that charter of “The rights of Children to protection from economic exploitation were signed by a large number of countries next only to ‘the human rights charter’. The pity is as the report says, “And none is less respected.” The laws and charters are just to be instituted not to be implemented. The poor child remains the worst sufferer.

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ESSAY ON IMPACT OF PRIVATIZATION ON ECONOMIC GROWTH

ESSAY ON DENATIONALIZATION OR PRIVATIZATION The myth of socialist economy of nationalization has been exploded. Some of the critics of nationalization called it state capitalism. But by the end of 1990 it was realized by the people of East European countries which were the breeding ground of communism that it was a hand maid of … Read more ESSAY ON IMPACT OF PRIVATIZATION ON ECONOMIC GROWTH

Short Essay Writing Topics on An Ideal Family

AN IDEAL FAMILY Because of the influence of European civilization joint family system has been looked down upon by the educated elite in India. The younger group in the society is fast growing materialistic and considers the old moral values as stale and unhealthy. Materialism brings in the natural phenomenon of selfishness. In the male … Read more Short Essay Writing Topics on An Ideal Family

Short Essay Writing Topic on AIR POLLUTION

Essay Writing on AIR POLLUTION Scientific development in developed countries has gone as fast as population growth in underdeveloped countries. The two factors are equally responsible for pollution of different kinds. Increase in production means increase in factories, mills, petro chemical set ups and huge industrial complexes. Almost all these belch out smoke that pollutes … Read more Short Essay Writing Topic on AIR POLLUTION

New Speech Topics on ABUSE OF INDIAN CHILD

ABUSE OF INDIAN CHILD There has been open abuse of children in a number of ways in India. Girls in early teens in Hyderabad and Kerala are married to Sheikhs from Arab countries. It went to such an extent that the Waqf Board had to ask the Moulvis to bring such pending marriages to the … Read more New Speech Topics on ABUSE OF INDIAN CHILD

A VISIT TO A HISTORICAL MONUMENT- THE TAJ

A VISIT TO A HISTORICAL MONUMENT- THE TAJ One has to attune one’s mind while passing from spiritual faith to mortal love. Holy Haridwar and Rhishikesh, the abodes of Saints were left miles and miles behind. I was sailing on the clouds of fancy. My soul was pining to see the monument that has immortalized … Read more A VISIT TO A HISTORICAL MONUMENT- THE TAJ

Essay Writing on THE GUJARAT EARTHQUAKE

A GREAT NATURAL CALAMITY ‘THE GUJARAT EARTHQUAKE’ “Saare jahan se accha” was silenced within a moment. There was no hue and cry – just a rumbling – the earth shook violently devouring 400 girls and boys who were marching towards the Town Hall in Anjar at 8.46 to celebrate the Republic Day on 26th January … Read more Essay Writing on THE GUJARAT EARTHQUAKE

Speech on Impact of Globalisation On Indian Economy

Impact of Globalisation On Indian Economy The invasion of multinational companies is a great challenge to the Indian entrepreneur. He is in a fix. He has praised the government policy. By liberalizing different spheres the government would lose its hold over the public sector. If this loss making nationalized sector loses its importance it will … Read more Speech on Impact of Globalisation On Indian Economy